5 Books On Anti-Racism You Should Have In Your Book Shelf

Suruchi Patwary , 25 Jun 2020

Racism isn’t something we’re born with, and that’s enough reason to know that there’s no excuse for being a racist. If you’ve been keeping up with everything that’s been going around in the world recently, you know how important it is to talk about racism. Even more important to have a conversation about it with kids and educate them. And I think the easiest way to do this is by providing them books about the topic. Below we have listed 5 such books that you can read or gift your teenage child on anti-racism.

1. The Skin I’m In

Author: Sharon G. Flake

2. The Hate You Give

Author: Angie Thomas

3. Never Caught

Author: Erica Armstrong Dunbar and Kathleen Van Cleve

4. Monster

Author: Walter Dean Myers

5. Long Way Down

Author: Jason Reynolds

No child is too young to learn about racism and it’s our responsibility as adults to educate the future generations with the right kind of information. If you have any more recommendations apart from these books then do let us know about them in the comments below!

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